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110 days for a complete Solar gravity cell rotation Chapt16.15Gravity Cells #1469 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed
I believe a Antikythera Mechanism can be built that represents the
220km/sec Sun speed and the 29km/sec Earth speed along with the other
planets in orbit in heliocentric
model. What has to happen is that a overall master-toothed wheel spins
the planets around so as to keep them locked to the Sun.
I should have gone to bed, but now that my mind is rested, it should
be 5/4 = 1.25 x 88 days = 110 days
and not the 70 days.
Now my mind is rested, let me weave into the discussion General
Relativity for it would better explain why both Newtonian gravity and
General Relativity fail as theories.
In General Relativity, the Sun would warp the Space around it and thus
the planets would follow the curvature of that warped space. On TV
shows they show this as a heavy ball bending the fabric of space and
then they roll a small ball representing Earth and show how the
smaller ball moves in that bent space fabric.
The trouble with General Relativity is that the Sun ball is the
fastest moving ball of all the balls that make up the planets. So that
Newtonian gravity and GR could not possibly be true theories but fake
The solution or remedy is that the Sun forms a EM-gravity field, a
warped Space, but that Space has an intrinsic spin or rotation. The
rotation or spin of the warped space captures the planets and locks
them into a perpetual motion around the Sun.
What I am trying to figure out is what is the minimum spin needed to
capture the planets even though they are moving at slow speeds
compared to the Sun's 220km/sec (Earth 29km/sec and Jupiter 13km/sec).
What is the minimum rotation needed? My best guess at the moment is
that of 110 days since Mercury at 47km/sec is revolving at 88 days.
An author archive search for AP reveals massive vandalism starting May
2012 where only one or two posts per month are saved, whereas another
poster David Bernier, all his posts continue to be archived.
A Google search of just Archimedes Plutonium reveals massive search-
engine-bombing, and likely the reason for wanting to destroy the
author-archive of AP.
If we listen to the fool Jeff Relf:
Jeff Relf Google Groups is 100% uncensored, so it isn't fully
indexed. Were Google Groups fully indexed, it'd be used to game
We would think all posters have most of their posts missing in the
author archive, but apparently only AP is targetted for massive
deletions of his author archive posts.
Only Drexel's Math Forum has done a excellent, simple and fair author-
archiving of AP posts for the past several years as seen he
whole entire Universe is just one big atom
where dots of the electron-dot-cloud are galaxies
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